Holiday Closures & Staying Connected

Last Updated: 11/19/2018

Holiday Hours

During the fall and winter breaks, the IT Service Center and BuffTechs walk-in desktop support will operate according to the following schedule:

IT Service Center

Wednesday, November 21: 7:30 am to 5 pm
Thursday, November 22 through Friday, November 23: Closed for university holiday
Saturday, December 1: ITSC closed for moving
Friday, December 21: 7:30 am to 5 pm
Saturday, December 22 through Tuesday, December 25: Closed for university holiday
Wednesday, December 26 through Sunday, December 30: Normal business hours
Monday, December 31 through Tuesday, January 1: Closed for university holiday
Wednesday, January 2: Normal business hours resume
Monday, January 21: Closed for university holiday

BuffTechs @ Technology Learning Center

Thursday, November 22 through Friday, November 23: Closed for university holiday
Monday, December 24 through Tuesday, December 25: Closed for university holiday
Monday, December 31 through Tuesday, January 1: Closed for university holiday
Wednesday, January 2: Normal business hours resume
Monday, January 21: Closed for university holiday

BuffTechs @ Norlin Commons

Sunday, November 18 through Saturday, November 24: Closed
Sunday, November 25: Normal business hours resume
Thursday, December 20 through Saturday, January 12: Closed
Sunday, January 13: Normal business hours resume

 

Online Services & Resources

OIT has a whole host of online services and resources to help you stay connected and support your computing needs even when the campus is closed.

Campus Preparedness Resources

Find a smorgasboard of online resources to keep you connected and allow you to carry on with your teaching, learning or administrative duties while you’re away from campus.

Email & Phishing Help

We compile phishing attempts reported to us by campus email account owners on the Phishing Emails page. You can contribute to this catalog of phishing emails by reporting suspect messages with the steps on the Report Suspicious Messages page. Although the university uses technology to block malicious emails and phishing websites, this technology is no substitute for being a conscientious Internet user.

More information about phishing and how to stay out of harm’s way is on the OIT Security Awareness site.

IT Service Alerts & News

When technology goes awry, sometimes the most frustrating part is not knowing what is wrong or what’s being done to resolve the issue. That’s why when OIT is aware of an issue with one of our services, we post Service Alerts that can be viewed from anywhere on our website.

OIT News stories highlight a wide variety of OIT-related topics to keep you up to date on current IT services and campus IT issues.